Agencies moving away from VPNs as they implement TIC 3.0
TIC 3.0 lets agencies plan remote user access while shrinking trust zones around high-value assets to reduce their attack surface.
First TIC 3.0 use cases finalized
The Traditional TIC and Branch Office use cases, delayed by the November presidential election, have been approved by the Federal Chief Information Security Officer Council.
Let’s Talk About IT Ep. 17 — A guide to Zero Trust, featuring CISA’s Sean Connelly
Sean Connelly joins Let's Talk About IT to discuss federal efforts to move to a zero-trust security model.
TIC-mas is here: CISA issues network security guidance for remote work
The draft Remote User Use Case is the latest addition to Trusted Internet Connections 3.0 core guidance, along with the Reference Architecture: Volume 2.
TIC program in ‘final stage’ before releasing remaining initial 3.0 guidance
The Overlay Handbook and Traditional TIC and Branch Office use cases are coming, with a draft of the remote user use case expected by the end of 2020.
Microsegmentation isn’t a zero trust ‘easy button,’ but it’s helping agencies telework
The Trusted Internet Connections program has begun working with agencies on such architectures, but it's only one step toward modernization.